Kleancolor • Nail Lacquer - ALL • Polishes
|Would buy this product again.||91%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Medium Brown Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
Kleancolor is FANTASTIC!! The colors are dazzling. I purchased a lot 21 bottles for $23.99. I was expecting the nail polish to be great. The same way it was advertised. Colorful, sparkly. long wear without chipping all the whistles and the bells. I am a hairdresser so I can't have nail polish in my clients hair. Kleancolor far exceeded my expectation. IT WAS ALL THAT AND A BAG OF CHIPS!
The only cons I have for kleancolor it takes forever to dry. But I am so nail obsessed I always let my nails dry for a while. The smell of kleancolor smells like a nail shop. Other than these 2 things they are great.
There are over 236 colors to pick. The colors go beyond the rainbow. They look like skittles to me as far as the colors. They have an assortment of pink, blue, green in SPARKLES, GLITTERS, CHIPS with good consistency not watery. It's an actual nail harder. If you are looking for reasonable prices for nail colors give kleancoat a try.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Great polish-no need to spend big bucks-this is great stuff. Bought 50 for $52 via EBay. So far one has been a little thick-no problem-bought polish thinner from Sally's. Wearing a diamond finish pink for 7days and NO CHIPS! and I didn't use a top coat either.
I'd rather have this set of inexpensive polishes than 2 $25 Chanel polishes.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I love every color in this line! However, on me, the polish does not dry :(
I polished using "Winter Wonderland" and even an hour later, it still smudges when I went to write a shopping list.
I used a fast dry top coat, submerged them in icy water, and nothing helps..that is why I took off a lippie...
However, a kind MUA responded to my post stating that Kleancolor's do not dry on some people...very strange..it's lame that I must be one of those unlucky few..
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Black
- Great formula!
- Long lasting & dries quick!
- Does not streak and barely sheer for some shades!
- Many beautiful choices of creams, glitters, pearls and metallics!
- The packaging is nice, the brush is fairly long & the bristles of it spreads nicely on to the nail!
- Really cheap about $1 each!
- Comes off easily as well
Overall, I love this brand of nail polish! So many shades of every color and types! I prefer this one over the some what higher end ones!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
For the price of these polishes.. there should be no complaints!! Beautiful bottle and so many colors to choose from.. you just cant go wrong. Love these.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I am so impressed with this polish. They have it at a dollar store in my area, not a great color selection, but every now and then I find some colors I like. The formula is great, very opaque, and the brush is small enough to be maneuverable, and doesn't have the annoying drip effect that Essie polishes seem to have. I have this polish in 143 pastel yellow, 23 mango, 19 neon orange, 21 neon fuschia, 24 bikini green, 15 neon saphire, 194 afternoon picnic.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Blue
Holo Green is a sheer polish with loads of pale icy yellowish-green shimmers and a few multi shimmers mixed in. It looks opaque in 3 coats and is very very pretty. Its a little bit thicker than some of the others. Love this one I would like more of the Holo shades!
Forest Fairy 117 is a beautiful pale, shimmery green. 1 - 2 coats is much more pale and sheerer than the bottle color. To get close to the bottle color it needs 4 -5 coats and that takes several hours to dry all the layers properly. I'm going to try it as a shimmery layer over other blue/greens to see if works that way. I wouldn't buy this shade again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
marvelous colors to choose. want to buy them all *i wish,lol*.
pros : glides on smoothly, nice brush, one application is enough on pastels/nude colors, two is best for more bright/neon colors.
they last for a week, not chipped. a very good quality for the price, and i couldn't ask for more.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
The nail polishes are very cheap, beautiful colors and long-lasting! But the smell (especially the topcoat) have a very bad smell!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
I have this in AURORA, the prettiest sparkly glitter polish ever!
It's got pink stars and iridescent glitters.
It looks like magical faerie dust, i'm in love!
(as with most nail polish, I hate the smell. I wear non-toxic clear coat as a base for healthier nail)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I've only tried the metallics, but all four that I tried were amazing. The colour is very bright and it is wearable with only one coat. It went on smooth with very little streaking. For a metallic with such good coverage it's fantastic to have such little streaking. It dried quickly. With two thin coats it didn't dent at all after it dried. I did my toe nails and went to bed less than ten minutes later. I woke up with them looking perfect. I'm super impressed with these polishes, especially given how cheap they were. I'll be sure to pick up more colours.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Black
EXCELLENT COLOR SELECTION. These are really great polishes. The quality and amount of product that you receive is great for the price. I get these at my local beauty supply store for only $1. After getting these for so low of a price I could not imagine paying $9 for nail polish (I never have anyway) that does the same thing as this does. I really like these and I am so glad that I found them and now have a staple nail polish to rely on.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love Kleancolor polishes! There are over 230 colors, including solids, sheers, metallics, glitters and holos as well as a matte sealer and nail treatments such as hardener and calcium. And the best thing about these is their value—they're actually pretty good quality for only $1 each; at some places I find them, they're even cheaper! These are great polishes if you love to do your own nail art, because you can buy several colors for so cheap, and many of these colors are made for layering, like the sheers, glitters, and holos. Their solids don't need more than 2 coats to look completely opaque. They can also take a little while to dry, depending on the number of coats.
Like most nail polish bottles, Kleancolor packaging is pretty standard. However, sometimes the plastic cap will detach from the brush applicator, in which case I usually screw the cap back on really tightly and then unscrew.. usually that reattaches it. Some Kleancolor polishes are prone to color separation if left sitting around; the separation happens seemingly faster than higher quality polishes. But shaking the bottle should fix this problem as well, or pouring some out of the bottle and mixing it on a sheet of paper or a plastic palette to even the color again. Some people complain about the smell of Kleancolor polishes... but honestly, EVERY BRAND OF NAIL POLISH I'VE EVER TRIED SMELLED LIKE CHEMICALS. End of story!
Another problem some may find when searching for colors from Kleancolor is that many of the colors tend to be on the classic and brighter side of the rainbow; you won't find very many of the trendy neutral colors of some of the higher-end polishes. However, this color selection issue can be easily remedied if you're daring enough to mix their existing colors; they have essential neutrals like browns and their Concrete Gray, which you can mix with any of their brighter colors to tone them down, creating your own custom polish. It's a little more work, but mixing two Kleancolor polishes for $2 is much cheaper than buying a ready-made bottle from China Glaze or OPI for $6-8 a piece!
I have repeatedly bought Kleancolor polishes for the past two years and have a collection totaling almost 50 of their polishes. They're constantly adding more colors (mostly holos and glitters), and they recently came out with nail art bottles and cracking polishes (stay away from the cracking ones, there are better brands out there). Again, Kleancolor polishes are the most affordable, quality polishes a nail aficionado could want.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I have Holo Chrome, it is AMAZING! Application is flawless, drying time is fast, 2 coats for opacity, and the colour is spectacular, a purplish blue with dusty undertones that sparkles insanely in any kind of light.I bought a backup! And it doesn't smell, yay!
I love it more than my OPI DS original, which is another stunning purple holo but takes 4 coats to reach opacity - I can't stand visible nail lines :(
I have 5 Kleancolors:
Holo chrome reviewed above
chunky holo black: very pretty flakie, great for layering but with a greyish base so it will darken the base polish. Spectacular over black polish.
chunky holo candy: sheer but bright barbie pink jelly with holo glitter shifting through green, orange, yellow and red. Again, best holo results over black polish. This one smells strong :/
Firework: fun "clown puke" glitter - gold microglitter with large red, gold and blue hex glitter. Dries pretty quick despite having to do quite thick layers and push the glitter around. Fun for Christmas over a holly green or red polish.
Metallic Purple: Smells a bit strong but the colour is amazing (I love purples) and IT IS OPAQUE IN ONE COAT!! Yes I wrote in caps on purpose :P
***One note about the chunky holos: they are all IDENTICAL over black, the same holo glitter (red/orange/yellow green shift) is used in each polish and they are very sheer (except for the red one). The only exception is chunky holo black as it also has flakies, not just glitter.***
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Dark, Warm Hair: Brown, Kinky, Fine Eyes: Brown
Love the color range. Their glitter selection, hexes and glitter mixes, is the best I've seen of any brand. The downside is the smell - it's definitely strong. Thanks Ladies for the tip on using them for the konad stamper.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have several Kleancolor polishes and adore them all for the most part! So far, I have Chunky Holo Bluebell, Chunky Holo Purple, Chunky Holo Black, Winter Wonderland and Sugar Coat.
The Pros to this line, application on all of them is fabulous. Not too thick, not to think, pigmentation is perfect and the brushes on these are great! The wear is about average for most polishes, which for me is mostly influenced by the top coat. The glitter shades are fantastic! Right now I've got Chunky Holo Bluebell over OPI Honk if you Love OPI and the combination is stunning! The holo/glitter shades are definitely eye catching! Not to mention that the shade range on this brand is mind-blowing! TONS of shades. My local beauty supply store has probably 100 different shades literally! TONS of variety for a mere $1 a bottle!
The downside to these, the scent. Some are stronger than others, but that is a SUPER minor complaint for the price. Overall, I love the ones I have and definitely see adding some of the more unique ones (which there are a TON of unlike anything in my 900+ stash) to my collection! A sure hit if you need a polish fix on a budget!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I recently purchace two glitters from there line. I bought them for a dollar each. I have Carat & Holo Green they both sparkle a rainbow colors and have worked amazingly over my China Glaze Tron colors.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Blue
I'm not really sure what to think about these polishes, so here are my PROs and CONs:
-Huuuuuge range of colors, especially gorgeous glitter polishes
-Most colors just need one coat
-They take FOREVER to dry....
-The smell. I'm not that bothered by the smell if it would go away after some time but it STAYS -__-
-I HATE the brush...it's far too wide and not really dense enough,so itis really impossible to paint your nails in a neat way without going all over your cuticles
So from my point of view.....it's okay if you want to try some crazy colors and don't want to spent much money, but if you want a nailpolish to use on a regular base and don't have time to wait for it to try forever (and spent time on cleaning up the edges....) I'd really recommand another brand.
EDIT: Changed settings to will NOT buy again.
Still, there are great colors, high pigmentation but I simply never have the time to wait for hours till a nail polish is dry....even if I'm using a blow dryer on them, they won't dry out completey. Next negative thing is, that they are really a pain in the ass to get off - especially the reds...they stained my nails although I wore an base coat underneath. Forget to remove them with acentone-free remover....it takes forever and even with acetone it takes much longer than other polishes and staines nails & cuticles. The glitters are quite cool for the effect and they don't dry that long but they are such a pain in the ass to remove...even more than the normal colors. But I just have glitters from this brand and heard they are known for beeing difficult to get off so...can't compare. But even with the tin-foil-method I had to go over it again and again and I felt like removing the big glitters was pretty damaging to my nails since they scratch the surface.
I'll use the colors I have maybe for dotting or drawing small things on but not for normal manicure.....too much of a hassle.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Black, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought about 9 of these polishes because I had been lemming cheap hex glitter polishes for a while and I was very impressed. The application on these polishes was not a problem and it I didn't need to 'position' any of the glitters because the glitter was dense - many chunky glitter polishes that I have come across in the past have had very sparse glitter scattered throughout and it can take some placement to get the glitter on the nail which can, subsequently, sometimes ruin the manicure.
The only reason I was slightly apprehensive about buying these was because I'd heard many complaints about the smell of these polishes. Perhaps they changed the formula, I don't know, but I found the smell to be perfectly bearable! The China Glaze nail polishes that I have seem to have a much, much worse smell than the Kleancolors that I own and the smell was not nearly as bad as I had first anticipated.
I would definitely buy these again, given the chance, as they are very difficult to find over here in UK and Kleancolor does a huge range of colours for very cheap. I think for their selling price, their quality is spot-on. Opacity in one coat and long-lasting. I love these polishes!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I wanted to share my thoughts and opinions about KleanColor Nail Lacquer, I really like these nail polishes because they are nice and they go on so smooth and they dry fairly quickly. There are so many different colors to choose from and I personally own 4 KleanColor Nail Lacquers in Clear, Melon Green, Beach Blue, and Neon Purple ( I will be purchasing more very soon!). I love the colors that I have because they are so pretty and bright and just how I like my makeup I like my nails to be bold and dramatic. I think that these colors are great to wear in the summer time because they are bright and will compliment any outfit.
These polishes are so bright that I only wear them alone, (I am not sure how they would look being paired together; maybe one day I'll try it). So far I have not had any problems when these polishes so I see myself wearing them for a while and I recommend KleanColor Nail Lacquer for anyone who is looking for some new colors to try and experiment with this summer! KleanColor Nail Lacquer has trend setting shades with a top quality formula and long lasting chip resistant. These nail lacquers are sold for $3.99 on various websites or you can purchase them at your local beauty supply store (that is where I bought mine from).